Dr. Lifang Liang

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Contemporary Gynecology: An Integrated Chinese-Western Approach

$39.95

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"We in Western medicine have much to learn about what practitioners or Eastern medicine have long practiced. Her practical strategies and case examples serve as a model for balancing Eastern and Western medical care. My congratulations on Dr. Liang's achievement—an excellent book."

Philip E. Chenette, MD, Pacific Fertility Center, San Francisco, CA

"In this comprehensive text, Dr. Liang shares her medical knowledge in the often daunting challenge of women's reproductive medicine. She thoroughly reviews each major gynecologic diagnosis and treatment with the thoughtful expertise that only 35 years of practice can provide. Many of my patients have benefitted from the combination of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine. It is with great honor that I present Dr. Liang's latest labor of love."

Katherine T. Hsiao, MD, Board Certified Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Dr. Lifang Liang OMD, PhD, LAc received her MD from the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, where she studied both Western and Chinese Medicine. After six years of specialized training in gynecology, she practiced and taught at the medical school for 14 years. In 1989 Dr. Liang came to the United States to conduct research on in vitro fertilization at the University of Texas. Following that, she moved to San Francisco to teach at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She went on to earn her PhD from the American Global University Program for Oriental Medical Research in the treatment of infertility using a combination of Chinese and Western medicine.

With 35 years of clinical experience, Dr. Liang now works closely with infertility specialists and OB/GYN physicians to treat infertility and gynecological conditions by integrating Chinese and Western medicine. Currently, she teaches in the Doctoral Program at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and provides an opportunity for students and acupuncturists to train in her private clinic in San Francisco.

Her first book, Acupuncture & IVF, is now in its sixth printing and was published in Germany after being translated into German.